| ACQUITTED - Cops charged with Braeton Seven murders freed
THERE WAS much jubilation outside the Home Circuit Court, downtown Kingston, yesterday after six policemen were freed of the murder charges of the killing of seven young men in a house in Braeton, St. Catherine, on the morning of March 14, 2001.
Mixed Response to verdict
THE POLICE Federation, which represents rank-and-file policemen and women, yesterday welcomed the acquittal of six policemen in the famous Braeton Seven case.
Roger Clarke's replacement needed - councillor
BLACK RIVER: PEOPLE'S NATIONAL Party (PNP) Councillor for the Balaclava division, Rodney Barnes, is calling on the party's secretariat to speedily settle the position of caretaker in the constituency of Northeast St. Elizabeth.
Titchfield High fighting student lethargy
PORTLAND: PROMINENT HIGH school in Portland, Titchfield, is struggling to cope with its transition, with its former high level of atttainment slowly declining.
St Thomas communities protest against lack of water
ST. THOMAS: SCORES OF residents from about 13 St. Thomas communities took to the streets last week to express their disgust with the lack of potable water in their areas.
Early childhood base vital, says educator
MERRIS MURRAY, executive director of the Early Childhood Commission said yesterday that the effects of poverty in the early childhood period may be far more damaging than any other period in a child's life.
Cop's transfer stands despite demonstration
CLARENDON: SUPERINTENDENT OF Police for Clarendon, Terrence Bent warned residents of Lionel Town who took action against the removal of Constable Oraine Mulgrave from the Lionel Town Police Station in Clarendon ..